Have you officially resided in New York State but outside of Onondaga County in the past year? You may be able to reduce your tuition to resident rate!
You can do this by submitting a Certificate of Residence to the Student Accounts office. This certificate allows us to bill your home county for part of your tuition costs. Without one, you will be considered a non-resident of NY and will have to pay the non-resident (double) tuition rate for your registered courses.
- You obtain a Certificate of Residence from the county of your permanent residence. You will need to complete an application and show proof of residency to your home county. Contact your county treasurer/finance office for instructions on how to apply for your Certificate of Residence. Please see the drop-down box below for your county's contact information.
- Many counties have their own Certificate of Residence Affidavit and Application form and require you to use that. If they do not require a specific form you can use the generic form below.
DO NOT SEND THE COMPLETED APPLICATION TO THE COLLEGE. It must be submitted to your home county; they will process the application to provide you with an approved Certificate of Residence.
- Once you have received your approved Certificate of Residence from your home county you can email it to the Student Accounts Office at [email protected] or you can mail it to:
Onondaga Community College
4585 West Seneca Turnpike
Syracuse, NY 13215
We advise you to keep a copy of your Certificate of Residence for your records.
Certificate of Residence Timeline for 2021-2022
|Semester||1st Day of Classes||Start Date to Obtain CR||Deadline to Submit|
|Fall 2021||August 30, 2021||July 1, 2021||September 29, 2021|
|Winter 2022||January 3, 2022||November 4, 2021||February 2, 2022|
|Spring 2022||January 31, 2022||December 2, 2021||March 2, 2022|
|Summer 2022 Sessions starting:||June 6, 2022||April 7, 2022||
July 6, 2022
|Summer 2022 Session starting:||July 13, 2022||May 14, 2022||
August 12, 2022
You can complete this form to change your residency status to in-state/in-county.